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Achieving Learning Flow with Your Online Member Education

By |2014-10-28T09:14:49+00:00October 28th, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Communications, Creative Design, eLearning, eLearning News, Instructional Design, Member Engagement & Retention, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

Earlier this year, Associations Now wrote an article asking whether “binge learning” will become the new “binge watching.” This references the growing trend among Netflix subscribers who use the on-demand television and movie steaming service [...]

The Four Stages of Learning

By |2021-04-06T14:19:13+00:00September 30th, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Creative Design, eLearning, eLearning News, Instructional Design, Learning Management Systems, Marketing, Member Engagement & Retention, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

I recently had an interesting conversation about life and how life lessons occur in stages. We compared it to learning to ride a bike. It was so difficult to learn, yet now you find it [...]

ASAE Annual 2014: An Interview with Kylee Coffman

By |2014-07-29T08:18:51+00:00July 29th, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, eLearning, eLearning News, Member Engagement & Retention, Social Media Marketing, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

The following is a transcript from a recent interview with Kylee Coffman, of DelCor Technology Solutions. Kylee is an association leader who is passionate about building member communities, user experience, content strategy, mobile, and the impact of emerging [...]

Getting Your Association’s Board Behind Online Learning

By |2014-04-17T09:02:25+00:00April 17th, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Budgets and ROI, eLearning, eLearning News, Learning Management Systems, Member Engagement & Retention, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

For many associations and nonprofits, a new eLearning initiative requires approval from their board. Understandably, some association executives have anxiety about the type of resistance they may face when presenting online learning to their board [...]

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